MoissaniteCo H&A Colourless vs. Near Colourless

posted 3 years ago in Rings
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Bumble bee

I have a tan olive complexion and my H&A moissanite is an E color. It looks pretty white in comparison to my skin but I love it! 

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2013



Here’s my E, I have olive toned skin.

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Blushing bee

I have the near colorless and it’s gorgeous, it definitely does look like it has any color to me.  

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Blushing bee

kkaur993 :  thank you! It’s a verragio 🙂 I wish I had better pics to share but it’s at the jeweler to get the stone lowered. It’s a 1.25 h&a near coloress. 

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Bumble bee

Thanks! In one of the many recent moissanite threads someone posted a pic of their H color Hearts and arrows moissanite and it’s beautiful! Sorry I can’t remember who it was. That would probably be a good option for you as an H color is still very white but not stark white 

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Buzzing bee

kkaur993 :   bellabee16 :   DonutGirl33 :  Hi! I think that it’s me that bellabee16 is referring to.  I have a near colorless h&a stone in Hollister color vvs2 clarity and I never see any warmth in it ever. It’s a beautiful ring and I love it. My complexion is brownish,reddish copper and my ring is set in rose gold. If you search my threads you can view pics i posted. I will post more when i get home tomorrow, we were effected by a major winter storm and we are just regaining power so we are on the road home. Hopefully it will be helpful because there are very few h&a near colorless on the bee!

 

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

kkaur993 :  Honestly I didn’t even have the choice because I wasn’t even aware near colorless was an option. I may have chosen a near colorless if given the option, my only hesitation would have been that my FB was supposedly near colorless and had lots of color, but now that I’ve seen them, I think they’re very true to their claims.

If you aren’t color sensitive I’d go for it. You should go look at some GIA diamonds and compare an H or I color diamond to an E or F and see which you prefer. Also, keep in mind you will likely notice a color difference, but when you have your ring you’re not going to be walking around comparing it to another. Just go with what you feel looks good 🙂

What’s the price difference?

 

Epicpooka :  Very pretty ring, and I love your nails! Is your stone from MoCo?

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